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The BME Design Studio will be closed to all undergraduate students during the Fall 2020 semester and winter break. This includes Design Studio East (Clark 218), Design Studio West (Clark 217), the Systems Bioengineering Lab (Clark 216), the Cell and Tissue Lab (Clark 114), and the Machine Shop (Clark 214). Design Studio staff can perform prototyping as necessary for students enrolled in BME courses. These students, or graduate students who return to campus and require Design Studio resources, should contact Tom Benassi ([email protected]) for more information.

The BME Design Studio provides the space and resources for undergraduate and graduate students in biomedical engineering to brainstorm, design, prototype, build, and test solutions to real-world clinical and global health challenges.

Any BME student who has completed the required safety training may request access to the Design Studio. This includes undergraduate students as well as graduate students in BME, the CBID master’s program, and the Engineering for Professionals program.

Safety training MUST be completed before entering the BME Design Studio, and J-card access is required to enter all parts of the facility. BME students will gain access in their first semester as part of the Freshmen Modeling & Design course. Other students may request access through Tom Benassi. Anyone involved in for-profit or non-profit organizations outside of JHU may not use the facility

The BME Design Studio is open 24/7 year-round except when booked for classes or events. For availability, please see the Design Studio schedules.

A blue print of the Design Studio shows the layout of the different rooms.

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